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Andrew Wyeth, Young Fisherman, watercolor

Andrew Wyeth, Young Fisherman in Dory, 1935 (detail), watercolor. Collection of Huntington Museum of Art

Land & Sea: Visions of New England

January 13 - April 16
An exhibition of late 19th and early 20th century landscape painting focusing on New England by some of America's finest and most popular painters from this period, including Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, George Inness, John Marin, Willard Metcalf, Edward Potthast, John Singer Sargent and John Sloan. The work of a few select French avant-garde artists including Eugene Boudin, Charles-Francois Daubigny and Auguste Renoir are included to provide context for the experimental styles and new subjects that innovative American artists examined while searching for a relevant contemporary voice through landscape. ... Read More
Warrington Colescott, The Secrets of Lithography are Revealed to Alois Senefelder (detail), 1979, color intaglio

Warrington Colescott, History of Printmaking: The Secrets of Lithography are Revealed to Alois Senefelder (detail), 1979, color intaglio. 

Warrington Colescott: The History of Printmaking and Other Travels

January 6 - March 26
Known for his colorful and satiric etchings, Warrington Colescott invites us to join him on an adventure to witness key moments in printmaking history. ... Read More

Ohio University Art and Design Faculty Biennial Exhibition

September 16 - December 23
To help celebrate Kennedy Museum of Art's 20th anniversary, the scope of this exhibition has been expanded to include art and design faculty teaching at Ohio University's five regional campuses. ... Read More

Luminaries: Small Portraits by Harvey Breverman

May 13 - October 28
Over his long career, drawing from life has been the cornerstone of Harvey Breverman’s artistic practice. As a faculty member at the University of Buffalo, he had plentiful opportunities to make sketches of the poets, writers, and scientists who were his peers, as well as the many distinguished lecturers who visited the university. Deeply connected with arts and letters, Breverman’s portraits are intense studies of people he admires, revealing his fascination with character. These powerful small prints come directly from the sketches made in the presence of his subjects. ... Read More